The Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF), now in its ninth year, will feature over 100 films about extreme sports, adventure and travel.
In addition to films being shown across seven screens, there will also be talks by world-leading adventurers and extreme sports athletes in the Pennine Lecture Theatre at Sheffield Hallam University.
One of this year’s special events includes the Jamie Andrew Charity Fundraiser. The fundraiser will be a premiere of Jamie’s new film “The Limbless Mountaineer”, followed by a lecture and a discussion by an expert panel which will include Jamie, the film’s director Paul Crompton and staff from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. It will take place on Saturday April 5 at 8pm, and ticket sales will be donated Sheffield Hospitals Charity.
ShAFF has proved to be a very popular event since it first began and this year looks set to be no exception.
The festival runs from Friday April 4 to Sunday April 6. Visit the festival website for more information: http://www.shaff.co.uk/
by Robbie Pyburn